On 19 January 2017, the British newspaper the Daily Express reported on the first British family to have six generations alive at the same time (Jeeves, 2017). The oldest family member was the great-great-great-grandmother, 103-year-old Hilda, followed by great-great-grandmother Jean, 83 years old, and great-grandmother Sue, 62 years old. Grandmother Niki was 43 years old, mother Aimee was 18, and the youngest family member was three-week-old Finley. According to the Guinness World Records (2017), the largest number of living family generations ever was seven: great-great-great-great-grandparent Augusta, aged 109 years 97 days, her daughter aged 89, granddaughter aged 70, great-granddaughter aged 52, great-great-granddaughter aged 33, great-great-great-granddaughter aged 15, and her son as the youngest generation. The record was achieved in 1989 in the US.